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PUBLIC LAW 93-376-AUG. 14, 1974
section (a) from expending funds or which would cause such principal committee to be precluded from further expenditures. Any principal campaign committee of a candidate having reasonable knowledge to believe that further expenditures by a political committee registered in support of such candidate, or by the candidate it supports, will exceed the expenditure limitations specified in subsection (a) shall immediately notify, in writing, such political committee or candidate of that fact. (c) Any expenditure made in connection with a campaign in a calendar year other than the calendar year in which the election is held to which that campaign relates is, for the purposes of this section, considered to be made during the calendar year in which that election is held. TITLE V—LOBBYING DEFINITIONS D. C. Code 11171.
SEC. 501. When used in this title— (a) The term "contribution" includes a gift, subscription, loan, advance, or deposit of money or anything of value and includes a contract, promise, or agreement, whether or not legally enforceable, to make a contribution. (b) The term "expenditure" includes a payment, distribution, loan, advance, deposit, or gift of money or anything of value, and includes a contract, promise, or agreement, whether or not legally enforceable, to make an expenditure. (c) The term "legislation" means bills, resolutions, amendments, nominations, rules, and other matters pending or proposed in the Council of the District of Columbia, and includes any other matter which may be the subject of action by the Council of the District of Columbia. DETAILED ACCOUNTS OF CONTRIBUTIONS; RETENTION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF EXPENDITURES
D. C. Code 11172.
S E C 502. (a) I t shall be the duty of every person who shall in any manner solicit or receive a contribution to any organization or fund for the purposes hereinafter designated to keep a detailed and exact account of— (1) all contributions of any amount or of any value whatsoever; (2) the name and address of every person making any such contribution of $200 or more and the date thereof; (3) all expenditures made by or on behalf of such organization or f u n d: and (4) the name and address of every person to whom any such expenditure is made and the date thereof. (b) I t shall be the duty of such person to obtain and keep a receipted bill, stating the particulars, for every expenditure of such funds exceeding $10 in amount, and to preserve all receipted bills and accounts required to be kept by this section for a period of at least two years from the date of the filing of the statement containing such items. R E C E I P T S FOR
D. C. Code 11173.
SEC. 503. Every individual who receives a contribution of $200 or more for any of the purposes hereinafter designated shall within five days after receipt thereof render to the person or organization for which such contribution was received a detailed account thereof,